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Between The War 3 
EPISODE I 



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"The Baldwln-MacDonald Regime" 

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Rise Of National Socialist Party 
EPISODE III 



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Growth Of German Armed Power 
EPISODE IV 



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The Disarmament Effort 
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Affront To Treaties Of Peace 
EPISODE VI 



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Rise Of The German Navy 

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Of British Air Power 
EPISODE VIII 



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The French Consultations 
EPISODE IX 



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"Appalling Frankness" 

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Differences In The Government 

EPISODE XI 



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Eden's Resignation 
EPISODE XII 



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Austria Invaded 
EPISODE XIII 



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?he Stalin-Benes Links 

EPISODE XIV 



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A Talk With Maisky 
EPISODE XV 



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Munich and Britain 



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Czechoslovakia Invaded 
EPISODE XVII 



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Litvlnov and MolotoV 

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Inspection of the Rhine 
EPISODE XIX 



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The Na2i-Soviet Pact 
EPISODE XX 



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The Attack on Poland 
EPISODE XXI 



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British Naval Position 
EPISODE XXII 



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Anxiety Over U-Boats 
EPISODE XXIII 



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Discussing The Admiralty 
EPISODE XXIV 



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Devastation Of Poland 
EPISODE XXV 



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Problems Of The Fleet 
EPISODE XXVI 



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Anglo -Prenoh War Plans 
EPISODE XXVII 



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Sinking of the Royal Oak 



EPISODE XXVIII 



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The Magnetic Mine 
EPISODE XXIX 



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Scuttling of the Graf Spee 



EPISODE XXIX 'A' 



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Scandinavia 



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EPISODES XXXI THROUGH XL 



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Rt. Hon. WINSTON CHURCHILL 

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FOUNDED. 1863. INCORPORATED. 1893. 



EXCURSION TO 



MARKENFIELD & RlPON. 



JUNE 18th, 1897. 




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EXCURSION TO 

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LOVERSAL AND WaDWORTH. 



FRIDAY, JULY 8th, 1898. 




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TUESDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1898. 




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SKIPTON and BOLTON 
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1899. 




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1899. 






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EXCURSION TO HULL. 



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1901. 



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HARTSHEAD 

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KIRKLEES. 



FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1902. 




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ALDBOROUGH. 



WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, 1903. 




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1903. 



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HEDON. 



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, 1908. 




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Excursion to 

SALLEY ABBEY, 
BASHALL HALL, 

AND 

BROWSHOLME. 



WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1909. 




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BRIDLINGTON 



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Excursion to 

SHERBURN, 

HUDDLESTON, 

STEETON & LEDSTON. 



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1910. 




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FOUNDED 1863. 



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Excursion to 

CATTERICK, 
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PATRICK BROMPTON 



WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14th, 1911. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



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1911. 



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Excursion to 

RIPON 



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Programme & Arrangements. 



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Excursion to 

HAREWOOD. 



THURSDAY, JUNE 27th, 1912. 




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1912. 



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FOUNDED 1863. 



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Excursion to 

WRESSLE 



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HOWDEN. 



THURSDAY, JULY 18th, 1912. 




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Excursion to 



THIRSK, 

SOUTH KILVIN'GTON, 

FELISKIRK and LEAKE. 



FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1912. 




Programme & . Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 
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1913. 



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CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS. 



In connection with the scheme which has been suggested by the 
Congress of Archaeological Societies for transcribing and preserving 
the inscriptions on tombstones in the burial grounds attached to 
churches and chapels, it has been felt that it would be an advantage 
to those who are willing to take up this work, besides being useful 
as a record, if a list were published, showing what work has already 
been accomplished in Yorkshire in this direction; when and by whom 
the transcripts were made ; and in whose possession they now are. 
It has not been considered desirable to include those burial grounds 
in which only a comparatively few of the inscriptions have been 
copied, unless the circumstances are exceptional ; but when a burial 
ground is included in the list and the inscriptions on the monuments 
and tombstones inside the church or chapel have been copied, this 
information is added. 

Since the issue in 1909 of the preliminary list, which contained 
the names of 41 burial grounds, some progress has been made, the 
revised one including 83. No doubt it is still incomplete, the whole 
of the inscriptions in some churchyards having been copied, of which 
no record has been sent in, whilst the field for those who are wjlling 
to take up the work of transcribing is a wide one. It is satisfactory 
to note that the number of transcripts in the Society's Library, 
where they can be conveniently consulted, as well as permanently 
preserved, has largely increased. This accession is due to the 
liberal gifts of the Rev. C. V. Collier, F.S.A., and Messrs. J. B. 
Willans and G. P. Townend. With a view to the revision of the 
list from time to time, the Council will be glad if any Members who 
know of a churchyard, the inscriptions in which have been copied 
and which has been omitted, will communicate the fact, and also if 
those who are undertaking this work, on the completion of any 
churchyard, will send particulars to Mr. E. W. Crossley, Dean House, 
Triangle, Halifax, from whom copies of the directions for recording 
these inscriptions, as recommended by the Congress, may be 
obtained. 



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Yorkshire A rch/eo logical Society. 



FOUNDED i8« ) 



INCORPORATED 18^. 



Excursion to 

BARNARD CASTLE, 

BOWES and 

EGGLESTON. 



THURSDAY, JUNE 26th. 1913. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson. Crown Press. Kirkgate, 
1915. 






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#58 



THE 



Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863 



INCORPORATED i8q 3 . 



Excursion to 




THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 
August 7th and 8th, 1913. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

PklNTED BY R. P. DODGSON. CKOWN PRESS. KlkKGATE 
1913. 



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Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

DARRINGTON, 

WOMERSLEY and 

CAMPSALL. 



FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1913. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

PklNTED BY R. P. DODOSON. ChOWN PRSSS. KlRKOATE. 
191 3. 



Miscellaneous* 
printed rnat^e*- 



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THE 



Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863, 



INCORPORATED 1893- 



Excursion to 

BOLTON CASTLE 

AND 

WENSLEY. 



THURSDAY, JUNE 18th, 1914. 




Programme & arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson, Crown Press, Kirkgate. 

1914. 



Miscellaneous 

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THE 



Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893 



Excursion to 

BEVERLEY. 



Thursday, August 6th, 1914. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEHELD: 

PRINTED BY R. P. DODGSON. CKOWN PRtSS, KlKKOATti. 
1914. 



M'sr 
Printed , : . 



Cbe gorksjjire topological Socictg. 



NOTICE.— The Fifty-second Annual Meeting 
of the Society will be held in the Society's Rooms, 
10, Park Street, Leeds, on Friday, the zUh day of 
January, 1917, at half-past five o'clock in the Afternoon. 

By order of" the Council. 

E. \V. CROSSLEY, Hon. Set. 

J. W. CLAY, 

Hon. Sec. for the Record Series. 






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INCORPORATED i8g 3 . 



Excursion to 

HALIFAX I ELLAND. 



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Wednesday, July 2nd, 1919. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P Dodgson. Crown Press. Kirkgate. 

1919. 



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LIST OF PRINTED BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS 

ADDED TO THE. LIBRARY, 

i DECEMBER, 1918, to 29 NOVEMBER, 1919. 



V7/22 Aberconwy and the neighbourhood, History and Antiquities 

of; by Robt. Williams; 1835. 
R8/2 Acts of Parliament: 

Wakefield, Paving and Cleaning; 11 Geo. III. 
Halifax, Bradford, Keighley, etc., small debts; 1780, 1793. 
For abolishing certain vicarial tithes and Easter offerings 
in the Parish of Leeds, and for making compensation 
in lieu thereof; 5 Geo. IV. 
A Bill for enclosing, etc., thecommons, etc., within the 
Manor, Kectory Manor, and Township of Dewsbury ; 
43 Geo. III. 
V7/13 Anglo-Saxon: Diplomatarium Anglicum, a Collection of 

English charters; by Benjamin Thorpe; 1865. 
Fl/35 Antiquarian Study, the scope and charm of; bv John Batty; 

1882. 
£3/33 Antiquaries of London, Society of, Proceedings; Vol. 30, 

Second Series; 191 7-18. 
C'6/40 Archaoologia -Eliana; Vol. xv, Third Series; 1918. 

D8/14 Archivist, Vols. 1-6 (in one volume); 1SS8-93. 
Fl/21 Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of England; 1805. 
AA4/11 Baronetage, History of the ; by F. W. Pixley; 1900. 
Gl/42 Beneficiorum, Valor; 1695. 

AA4 14 Bible; Handbook to the textual criticism of the New Testa- 
ment; by F. G. Kenyon; 1901. 
Fl/35 Bolton Abbey (sic), Description of; 1827. 

Dti Bradford Antiquary; Part 20, New Series; 1918. 

Fl/35 The Church and Parish of St. Andrew; by Henry 

Lawrance; 1903. 
GG3/35-6 Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Transac- 
tions of; Vols. 39, 40; 1916-17. 

GG3/37 General Index to Vols. 21-40, with subject-index to 

the illustrations, Vols. 1-40; 1919. 
EE3/24 British Archaeological Association, Journal of; Vol. 24, New 

Series; 1918. 
GG7 Bruxelles, Annales de la Societe Royale D'Archeologie de; 

Vol. 28; 1914-19. 
L4/30 Byland Abbey, Observations on the history and structure of; 

by J. R. Walbran; 1864. 
.14,13 Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Proceedings of; Vol. 21; 

1919. 
V7/1 8 Canterbury , A walk in and about the city of ; by Wm. Goatling ; 
1825. 

Fl/16 in the olden time; by John Brent; i860. 

V5/23 Canterbury and York Society, Publications of, Vol. 23; 
Thomas Spofford, Bishop of Hereford, Register of , 1422-48 ; 
1919. 
V7/17 Castleacre, Notices of the Castle and Priory at; by J. H. 
Bloom; 1843. 



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Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED i86j. 



INCORPORATED I 8 93 . 



Excursion to 

RICHMOND. 



Tuesday and Wednesday, 
June 15th and 16th, 1920. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson. Cbown Press, Kirkgate. 

1930. 



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Yorkshire Arch/Eological Society. 



FOUNDED .863. 



INCORPORATED 1893 



Meeting at 

BEVERLEY. 



Wednesday, July 14th, 
1920. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

PK1NTED BY R. P. DoDOSON. CkOWN PRKSS, KlUKGATB 
Igao. 



MlBCellanaous 
printed matter 



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Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED 186,. 



INCORPORATED 1893 



Excursion to 



York, Stillingfleet, 
Cawood & Bishopthorpe. 



Friday, August 27th, 1920. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD 

Printed bv R. P. Dodgson. Crown Press. Kirkgatb. 

1900. 



printed mattae 



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THE 



Yorkshire Arch/eological Society. 

FOUNDED 1863. INCORPORATED 1893 



Excursion to 

LEEDS 



AND 



KIRKSTALL. 



TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1921. 



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Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

PRINTED BY R. P. DODCSON, CROWN PRESS, KlRKGATB, 

ig2i. 



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THE 



Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863, 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 



MALTON. 



TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 
JUNE 21st and 22nd, 1921. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson, Crown Press. Kirkgatb 

1921. 












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The Roman Antiquities Committee of the Yorkshire 
Archaeological .SoriE'ry has resolved to resume, in July, its 
excavations of the remains of the Roman Fort at Ilkley, and hopes, 
if possible, to bring the work to a definite conclusion this year. 

The excavations of 1920 resulted, it may be remembered, in 
uncovering the well-preserved foundations of a large store-house 
or granary, and the greater portion of a building equipped with a 
hypocaust-room at its west end, and identified as the residence of 
the Commandant of the Garrison. It is intended in this season 
to complete the excavation of this 'residence', and to explore the 
area, hitherto untouched, at the east end of the site, which is likely 
to yield interesting results and should certainly provide a substantial 
addition to the plan of the Fort. 

The Committee realizes that this is not the most favourable 
moment at which to appeal for financial support for such a pur- 
pose, but several reasons make it imperative not to postpone the 
work until next season, and trusts that sufficient contributions will 
be forthcoming to enable its plans to be carried out successfully. 
The University of Leeds, well aware of the historical importance 
of this work, has again made a grant from its Research Fund, but 
it is hoped that it will be possible to raise the sum of £150 from 
the general public in addition to the University grant of £75. If 
you have not already found an opportunity of showing your interest 
in the excavations, we hope that you will do so by contributing 
now; if you were good enough to subscribe last year, we hope 
you will see your way to do so again. 

Contributions should be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. F. B. 
Maufe, at Woodlands Rise, Ilkley. 

(Signed) JOHN PARKER, 

President Y.A.S., Chairman Roman Antiquities Committee. 

FREDERIC B. MAUFE, 

Hon. Treasurer, Ilkley Excavation Committee. 

A. M. WOODWARD, 

Hon. Secretary, Roman Antiquities Committee. 



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Yorkshire Arch/eological Society. 

FOUNDED .865. INCORPORATED 1893. 

Excursion to 

KNARESBOROUGH 

AND 

GOLDSBOROUGH. 



#71 



Tuesday, July 26th, 1921. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 
Printed bv R. P. Dougson, Crown Prsss, Kikkqate 

IQ3I. 



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Yorkshire Arch/eological Society. 



FOUNDED .86,. 



INCORPORATED i8qj 



Excursion to 



Wath, Kirklington, 
Burneston & Pickhill 



Tuesday, September 27th, 1921. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed Br R. P. Dougson, Ckown Press, Kirkuate. 

19a 1. 



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Annual Meeting. 



After the Annual Meeting which will be 
held on Friday, 24//* February, 1922, at 4-45 p.m., 
in the Society's Rooms, 10, Park Street, Leeds, 
Mr. A. M. Woodward, M.A., will show some 
lantern slides illustrating the 

Excavations at Ilkley, 
and will also exhibit some of the objects found there. 
It is hoped that members will take advantage of 
this opportunity. 



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NOTICE . 

All Subscriptions to the: Society should now 
be paid to — 

Mr. Thomas Nevin, 

Lea Croft, 

Mirfield, 
who has been appointed Hon. Treasurer in place 
of the late M^. H. F. Chadwick. 



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Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED i86j. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

FOUNTAINS ABBEY. 



Monday, July 24th, 1922. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



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WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson. Crown Press, Kirkgate, 

1922. 



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Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 



FOUNDED t86j. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 



YORK. 



Thursday and Friday, 
September 21st and 22nd, 1922. 







Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson, Crown Press, Kirkgatr, 

1922. 






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lorkstjut Irdjsologtcal Socictg. 

Excavation of the 
Roman Camps at Cawthom. 



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The Roman Antiquities Committee of the Yorkshire 
Archaeological Societv completed their plan of excavation of 
the Roman Fort at Ilkley, as far as digging was possible, in the 
summer of 192 1. It is hoped to publish the Report within the 
next twelve months. This year it has been resolved to explore 
new territory. Except for the coastal fringe, the notth-east portion 
of Yorkshire is virgin ground so far as recent excavation of Roman 
sites is concerned ; and recent developments of the study of Roman 
Britain have had little connection with the inland portions of this 
area. There has, indeed, been a section of a Roman road, which 
formed an important communication, laid bare and preserved.. 
On the road are the Roman Camps at Cawthorn, four miles 
north-west of Pickering; and it has been decided that a prelimi- 
nary investigation of this most interesting site and earthworks is 
worth undertaking. Permission to dig has been granted by Mrs. 
Mitchelson, of The Hall, Pickering, who owns the site. 

A hasty and superficial examination of the westernmost 
Camp was made fifteen years ago. Nothing worthy of note was 
discovered; at least no detailed report exists in the records of the 
Society. But it is the easternmost Camps which appear to offer 
the most fruitful ground for preliminary trenching. The Camps 
are shown on the six-inch O.S. sheet, Yorkshire (North Riding), 
LXXV, S.VV. The earthworks are in remarkably good preservation. 
In recent years they have been covered by fir plantations. During 
the war the trees were felled. Bracken is now the chief obscuring 
factor, but does not seem likely to prove a serious hindrance. 

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ANNUAL MEETING 

26th FEB.. 1926 
AT lO. PARK PLACE. LEEDS 

At the conclusion of the JKCeeting 

(about 5 p.m.) 

an Illustrated Lantern Lecture — 

"ON THE ROMAN ROAD 
BETWEEN THE TYNE & TWEED " 

will be given by 
James Curie, £sq., LL/D., F.S.A. 



Miscellaneous, 
printed mitwc 



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Roman Antiquities Committee. 
EXCAVATION FUND. 



MIS 



May, 1926. 



Dear Sir (or Madam) : 



The excavation of the Roman camps at Cawthorn, which 
has been proceeding during the past three years, will be continued 
during the present summer under the supervision of Mr. I. A. 
Richmond, Craven Fellow in the University of Oxford. The ex- 
cavation of these camps has shown them to occupy an unique 
position among Roman fieldworks in this country, and the work 
done already possesses an international importance. 

In addition, the Committee has undertaken a wider pro- 
gramme which includes the excavation of the Roman villa at 
Langton, and of the camp at Bainbridge, in Wensleydale. The 
trial excavations already made on the latter site by Messrs. J. L. 
Kirk, F.S.A., and R. G. Collingwood, F.S.A., have shown that the 
camp was occupied from the end of the first to the fourth century 
after Christ. The site is a promising one and is likely to yield 
valuable historical results 

Excavations, both at Langton and Bainbridge, have hitherto 
been carried out on a small scale, and largely by means of sub- 
scriptions raised locally. In order, however, that the necessary 
funds may be forthcoming for all the sites mentioned, the 
Committee proposes to institute a general excavation fund, from 



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FOUNDED 1863. INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

RICHMOND, 

Eggleston & Romaldkirk. 



TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 

JUNE 15th and 16th, 1926. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgkon, Crown Press. Kirkgate. 

1926 









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THE 



Yorkshire Arch/eological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

BOLTON ABBEY, 

BURNSALL, WHALLEY and 
BROWSHOLME HALL 



WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 
JUNE 15th and 16th, 1927. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson. Crown Press. Kirkgate. 
1927. 












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Yorkshire Arch/eological Society. 



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FOUNDED 1863. 



INCOKPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 



GOODMANHAM CHURCH, 

MARKET WEIGHTON CHDRCH, 

SANCTON CHURCH, 

NEWBALD CHUECH. 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1927. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 
Printkd b* R. P. Dodcsom, Crowh Press. Kirkgaik. 

1927. 















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THE 



Yorkshire Arch/eological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

Laughton-en-le-Morthen 
Church, 

Laughton Earthworks 

and Roche Abbey. 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13th, 1928. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson. Cbowm Press. Kirkgate. 

1928. 






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#83 



Yorkshire Arch/Eological Society. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

Heslington Hall, 

Sutton-on-Derwent Church, 

Moor Monkton Church, 

Red House Chapel, 

Nun Monkton Priory Church, 

Nun Monkton Priory. 



THURSDAY, JULY 26th, 1928. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

PBINTED BY R P. DoDGSON, C«OWN PRESS KlRKGATI. 
1928. 



Miscellaneous 
Printed matter 



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Sorfesifjtre archaeological g>octetj>. 



10, Park Place, 

LEEDS. 
• 1st February, j 929. 

EXCAVATIONS AT ROMAN MALTON. 

Dear Sir (or Madam) : 

The work undertaken by Dr. J. L. Kirk, F.S.A., 
and his collaborators on the extensive Roman remains in 
Malton and the district has been proceeding for some months, 
and valuable results have already been obtained. The results 
of the excavation of the Pottery Kilns at Castle Howard 
have already been published in separate form, and have afforded 
an extremely valuable contribution to the knowledge of 
Roman fabrics in the North of England. As the whole work 
proceeds the question of further publications is becoming 
urgent. As is well known, the Yorkshire Archaeological 
Journal is unable to publish more than a part of the researches 
of its members, and it is therefore proposed to institute a 
new series— Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Roman Series, in 
which the report on the Castle Howard site will form the 
first part of a volume on " Roman Malton." 

While the task of publication will be undertaken by the 
Malton Excavation Committee of the Society's Roman An- 
tiquities Committee, the Society has promised an annual 
subvention towards the cost of the volume in order that 



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£orksrtnre arcfjaeologttal g>octetp 



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ANNUAL MEETING 

1st MARCH. 1929 
AT lO, PARK PLACE. LEEDS 

j4t the conclusion of the JXCceting 

(about 5 p.m.) 
an Illustrated Lantern Lecture on 

"YdRKSHIRE MONASTIC SEALS" 

will be given by 
Charles e C. Clay, &</., M.A., F.S.A. 



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Yorkshire 


A RCH/EO LOGICAL 


Society. 


FOUNDED 1 


863. INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

Hatfield Church, 
Fishlake Church and 
Kirk Sandal Church. 



THURSDAY, JUNE 6th, 1929. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R P. Dodoson. Crown Prkss, Kirkgate. 

1929. 



Miscellaneous 
printed matter